- Nihongo and Homestay
- Children age 12-18 come to Japan for 1 or two months during the summer to study the language or just live with a Japanese family and learn about the culture.
- Programs for young adults involve living in Japan for one year, studying the language, working and/or living with a Japanese Labo family.
IN North America and New Zealand
- Japanese children age 12-18 come to the US, Canada, and New Zealand for a month during their summer. They live with a host family who has a child the same age and sex.
- Year-long High School
- High school age children from Japan come to the US, Canada, New Zealand and Australia to live with a host family and attend high school for one year.
Labo International Exchange Foundation sponsors several language programs in Japan for both international visitors and Japanese students.